Ravaged by the worst storm in it’s state history, Jersey Shore has reopened after seven months. Just in time for Memorial Day weekend celebrations, the majority of the beaches and boardwalks of Jersey Shore are now open for business again.
Gov. Chris Christie, who was interviewed by Matt Lauer on the TODAY show, stated that recovery was about 80 percent there, unfortunately, “for a lot of the homeowners of the state, it’s going to take the better part of the next year to get them back”.
The residential area of Seaside Heights is still in rebuilding mode, the famed mile-long boardwalk and beach have been restored and are open to the public for Memorial Day weekend. Amongst the beaches and boardwalk, a good percentage of the familiar sights of Seaside Heights are now open and preparing for the summer season.
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